Hollywood’s strange awards season continues with another ceremony that could firm up a big Oscar win for Ben Affleck’s “Argo.”
Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal’s movie about the Black Ops hunt for Osama Bin Laden is set for release next year.
The filmmakers behind the war-on-terror drama “The Hurt Locker” are moving forward with an action thriller about the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
An Iraq war veteran who claims he is the basis for “The Hurt Locker” writes in a court filing that the film has subjected him to ridicule and doubts about his bomb disposal prowess.
The Oscar-winning director and screenwriter of “The Hurt Locker” have asked a federal judge to dismiss an Iraq war veteran’s lawsuit alleging the film is based on him.
Almost every business has its awards banquets. But when the business is movie making, and the banquet is put on by the folks behind the Oscars, the room glows with serious star power and cinematic history.
An Iraq war drama that chronicles the perilous adventures of a U.S. Army bomb disposal team outshined Avatar, the highest grossing film of all time, at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. The Hurt Locker, brainchild of writer Mark Boal – who spent time embedded with an explosive ordnance disposal team in Baghdad – won six of the nine awards for which it was nominated, including best picture.